PWHU Scholarship Program with Penn State's Wildlife Technology Program

Members of Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited (PWHU) recently made their annual contribution to the organization's scholarship fund at Penn State DuBois. 

Established in 2001, the Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited Scholarship provides financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in the Wildlife Technology program at Penn State DuBois. Each year, the club contributes $3,000 to the fund.

Three Wildlife Technology students befitted from the scholarship this year.  They are Theresa Ciavarella of Altoona, Kelen Fierst of Mayport, and Nicholas Moore of Brockway. 

"I'm very grateful for this scholarship," said Ciavarella.  "Any money we can get to help pay tuition is a big help; I live on my own, so it can be tough." 

Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited is a non-profit, volunteer organization based in DuBois. They are made up of local outdoors enthusiasts, environmentalists, and sportsmen and sportswomen.  The organization was created in 1985 with the sole purpose of improving and creating wildlife habitat. They create environmental awareness through education and club sponsored projects, working to help sustain all forms of wildlife.

Scholarship PresentationLinda Hepfner of Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited is presenting a check to Chancellor Anita McDonald for the PWHU Scholarship at Penn State DuBois.  From left to right are Theresa Ciavarella, scholarship recipient; Hepfner; McDonald, and Nicholas Moore, scholarship recipient.


Bucktail Council, Boy Scouts of America Agreement for the Use of Camp Mountain Run

Don Brown, Vice President of the Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited presents a $3,300 check to the Bucktail Council, Boy Scouts of America in connection with an agreement for the use of Camp Mountain Run, over a period of 20 years for the Clearfield County Youth Field Days. The total consideration is in the amount of $10,000 over a 3 year period and a new boat house will be constructed at the camp’s lakefront in honor of the partnership between both organizations.

Clearfield County Youth Field Days will be held on June 2, 2012 at Camp Mountain Run located Penfield, PA. Boy’s and Girl’s age 8-14 are welcome to attend with Parents to participate in a day dedicated to protecting and improving wildlife habitats for the future. As the main sponsor of the event, Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited works with many agencies such as the PA Game Commission, PA Fish Commission and many other Sportsmen’s clubs and associations to provide a quality program to over 120 local youth. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about wildlife identification, stream life, safe boating, rifle/shotgun shooting, archery, trapping and much more. To learn more about the WPHU please visit or for more information on Camp Mountain Run or Scouting in the Bucktail Council please visit

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The official registration and financial information of Pennsylvania Habitat Unlimited may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

Contributions to Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited are tax deductible 501 C3 charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.


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